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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Today we are in Bruges, Belgium. One of the few places in my itinerary which I've already visited before. This time however, I have my parents, brother and great auntie on board for a 2 night cruise. Generally advertised as a taster of what ship life is like, also ideal for stag and hen dos. Firstly I'm going to point out that I'm out of installation which means we only do our scheduled shows now, no ...
... as we got up early this morning to take out the bikes we had rented!! We spent the first bit of the morning biking through the town of Brugge! It is a very small town, about 20,000 live within the old walls of the city! We biked up and down the beautiful cobblestone streets admiring the buildings! Every building is covered in amazing detail work that you could admire for hours!! We felt as if we were in an old medieval town!! ...
... on a night for everyone. They hung pieces of cake up to string and all the crews had to go up and we had to eat the cake off the string with our hands behind our back. The first one who ate all the cake won, our smallest and youngest crew Hugo won. It was really funny. They also had cheese and drinks for the adults. It was a really hot ...
... access to this rib for 3 days and can take 4 people out on it to watch the races. Cait, Kim and Steve came along today. Going down out through the channel was lovely, the views are great but today unfortunately once out in the North Sea it was a bit rougher than yesterday!! Jacques was a very good driver, but possibly a little crazy!! We were all absolutely soaked by then end of the 2 races, thank goodness there wasn't 3 today. Everyone on the "mother ship"(we have ...
... once pretended to sit around combing feet allegedly even hairier than mine. Oh ho ho, I'd laugh. What a stupid reason to travel. Much more cultural to just find a nice photo in Lonely Planet's Best in Travel Year 20xx and head off in that direction with your camera and clever new t-shirt like the rest of us. Ha, again. But then we saw In Bruges, the black 2008 comedy from Martin McDonagh starring Colin Farrell, Brendan Gleeson and Ralph Fiennes. And when I say black I mean ...